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David Frith (b.1943)

Vessel, thrown stoneware, 2012, Ht 76cm.

Vessel, thrown stoneware, 2012, Ht 76cm

Purchased 2012

David Frith studied at Flintshire Technical College, Wimbledon School of Art and the Stoke on Trent College of Art, before setting up a studio in Denbigh, North Wales, in 1963. In 1975 he and his wife Margaret, also a potter, moved to the Malt House, Denbigh, and set up Brookhouse Pottery. His early work was mostly in wood-fired earthenware, but he developed his skills in oxidised stoneware, mostly thrown, and reduction glazes. He is a Fellow and ex-Vice Chairman of the Craft Potters Association. His work is well represented in public collections.

Tall pot, thrown stoneware, 2015, Ht 43.5cm.

Tall pot, thrown stoneware, 2015, Ht 43.5cm.

Purchased 2015 

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